[bookcourier] Re: New Release

I am of the same mind.  I use the Bookcourier for text and mp3 and have never 
found a need to use any other format.  I am also looking at the BookPort for my 
next replacement as it seems to be the one being developed in the directions 
that are of more use to me.
 
Graham Lewis

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From: bookcourier-bounce@xxxxxxxxxxxxx on behalf of Bruce Lamden
Sent: Wed 27/06/2007 23:43
To: bookcourier@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
Cc: katie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: [bookcourier] Re: New Release



Hi Katie,

It's great to see you post to the BC list again.

This news of the update doens't rally affect me. I don't use NFB or Daisy.
But I love using the BC for books in mp3 format.

What I would like to know is if Springer are planning a new version of the
BC along the lines of the new Book Port. I really really want the sort of
hardware updates the new BP offers but I want to stay with the BC user
interface. That said, the attraction of a smaller unit with variable speed
control is impossible to ignore unless I know a new BC is on the way. Is it?

Bruce

----- Original Message -----
From: "Katie Walker" <katie@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <bookcourier@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Wednesday, June 27, 2007 8:53 PM
Subject: [bookcourier] New Release


> Hi everyone,
>
> A new BookCourier release is available on the web site now. Please follow
> this link for more information about the changes:
> http://www.bookcourier.com/Support.htm 
> <http://www.bookcourier.com/Support.htm> . You can update your BookCourier in
> the usual way with the Transfer Tool.
>
> Katie
>
>
>




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